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Who do you think has to or must have a break out year on the PGA tour- besides TW and Rory in 2014???

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I believe Ricky Fowler needs to make a move, OK I get the colorful youthful clothing, I get the X games, skate boarding and motor cross back ground, but sooner or later he needs to ****or get off the pot.  I am not convinced he has the strength and size to compete  week in and week out. I didn't pick him last year in my golf pools- never even considered him.

In a nut shell he seems to be moving down, fading into mediocrity,rather than moving up. His puma counter part Alexi is putting some wins together and competing.

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Luke Donald and Lee Westwood are dropping like stones in the World Golf Rankings. Maybe their time is up, but either one of them could resurrect themselves with a good season and particularly a Major win. Westwood in particular could use a Major boost.

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Fowler, Rory, Jason Day, Hunter Mahan, Bubba Watson and Luke Donald all need to have big years in 2014.

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I would say Jason Day and Lee Westwood, both are great players and have been close in a few majors.

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Fowler, Rory, Jason Day, Hunter Mahan, Bubba Watson and Luke Donald all need to have big years in 2014.

I like this. All of these have a lot of star attention and did not shine so well in 2013. Rory and Bubba both have major notches on their guns, so if they win a couple of tournaments and contend in the majors, they are good. I would like to see Rickie live up to his potential. I am fine with the wild colors, hate the cap, but it appeals to kids and that is important for the future. I would not be suprised to see Jordan Spieth contend or even win a major in 2014. I don't think he has to in order to stay in the limelight; a couple of wins would be ok if he is at least a factor in the big events. I see him as a steady long term asset, though, based on his performance this year. Maybe not a Tiger, but at least a Phil or Freddie.

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